The 'war on terror' and the framework of international law /
"Acts of international terrorism, such as the atrocities committed on 11 September 2001 ('9/11') and others since then, highlight the critical importance of the international rule of law and the terrible consequences of its disregard. Ultimately, however, the impact of such attacks de...
Cambridge, United Kingdom ; New York :
Cambridge University Press,
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- 'Terrorism' in international law
- International responsibility, terrorism and counter-terrorism
- Criminal justice
- The use of force
- International humanitarian law
- International human rights law
- Case study I : Guantánamo Bay detentions under international human rights and humanitarian law
- Case study II : Osama bin Laden
- 'justice done'?
- Case study III : extraordinary rendition
- The role of the courts : human rights litigation in the 'war on terror'